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My launch talk - nervous but SO enjoyed it!

My launch talk - nervous but SO enjoyed it!

March 27, 1981 - Lady Diana - alone to deal with the feelings of hurt left behind by her fiance and his mistress.

March Prince Charles leaves his fiance, Lady Diana Spencer in Britain on a foreign Royal Tour until May

Shell Shocked Britain and inter-generational trauma

Shell Shocked Britain – The First World War & inter-generational trauma

Day 2 of the blog tour! Is Britain still 'Shell-Shocked'? A question for World Mental Health Day on Zen & the Art of Tightrope Walking

Is Britain still “Shell-Shocked”? A question for World Mental Health Day

09/07: A shell-shocked Chris Froome abandoned the Tour de France this afternoon after his third crash in 24 hours forced the battered and bruised defending champion finally to throw in the towel. Froome’s withdrawal came before he even reached the dreaded cobblestones of the stage through the “Hell of the North”, from Ypres to Arenberg Porte du Hainaut, and overshadowed Lars Boom’s stage victory.

Two crashes end Chris Froome’s Tour de France title defence

A shell-shocked Chris Froome abandoned the Tour de France this afternoon after his third crash in 24 hours forced the battered and bruised defending champion finally to throw in the towel. Froome’s.

1st stop on the blog tour:The crime that inspired the book on Victorian Supersleuth

1st stop on the blog tour:The crime that inspired the book on Victorian Supersleuth

Avoiding the trickcyclist and the nutpicker: #WW1 home remedies and miracle cures - guest post by @shellshockedGB on the Quack Doctor blog

Suzie Grogan, author of Shell Shocked Britain, explores the commercial remedies that claimed to alleviate the psychological effects of war.

Writers Blog Tour

The Writer’s Blog Tour – coming out of the attic to party….

A shell shock victim staggers back from the front and needs help to work

How shell-shock shaped the Battle of the Somme

A still from the 1916 film, The Battle of the Somme, showing a 'shell shocked' British soldier. Q 79508

One of the first war photographers, Roger Fenton, records shell shocked Captain Lord Balgonie, Grenadier Guards, Crimean War, 1853-1856.

How shell-shock shaped the Battle of the Somme

Salt and Silver: Early Photography 1840 – 1860 Roger Fenton -Captain Lord Balgonie, Grenadier Guards, 1855 Photograph, salted paper print from a paper negative

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